Battle Road Trail Tours

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Running for 5 miles along the length of the Minute Man National Historic Park, the fabled Battle Road Trail follows the path of the notorious Battle of Lexington and Concord, the clash between British troops and the Colonial Minute Men that marked the start of the American Revolutionary War.

Walking or cycling the Battle Road Trail takes visitors on a journey through the fateful events of April 19, 1775, passing the farmlands, woods and dirt tracks that served as battle fields and ambush points throughout the battles, as well as key historic sites. The signposted route includes markers and information boards that tell the history of each location, and highlights include the Hartwell Tavern, the 18th-century house of Captain William Smith, John Meriam’s colonial home, and the site of Paul Revere’s capture, as well as strategic sites like Bloody Angle, Parker’s Revenge and Fiske Hill.

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The Battle Road Trail runs through the Minute Man National Historic Park between Concord and Lexington. 
Address: Concord, Massachusetts, USA
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